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51 Name: Anonymous : 2021-05-31 21:17
A list of Iyashikei-themed video games (saved from previous incarnation of afternoon and expanded furthermore)

Boku No Natsuyasumi (series; childhood summer vacation sim)
Houkago Shounen (DS; childhood summer vacation sim)
Crayon Shin-chan (Switch; childhood summer vacation sim)
Inaka Kurashi: Nan no Shima no Monogatari (PS2; childhood summer vacation sim)
Doki Doki Poyatchio (PS1; childhood summer vacation sim)
Bokura No Kazoku (PS2; Boku No Natsuyasumi spin-off where you raise a family)
Animal Crossing (series; very popular life simulator with strong collecting aspect)
Ihatovo Monogatari (SNES; atmospheric adventure game based on the stories of Kenji Miyazawa)
Legend of the River King series (GBC; fishing RPG with soothing mechanics)
Nanatsu Kaze no Shima Monogatari (Saturn; Adventure game set in a fantastical and soft-coloured land)
Umihara Kawase (series; platformer with rope mechanics. tough, but great visual themes)
Pilotwings (SNES; flight sim, shines because of calm gameplay and SNES aesthetics)
SimCity (SNES; city builder, shines because of calm gameplay and SNES aesthetics)
London Seirei Tanteidan (PS1; 1920s London/Ghibli style JRPG)
Survival Kids / Lost in Blue (series; adventure games about castaways)
PoPoLoCrois (series; super-comfy pastel-colored fairytale JRPGs)
Katamari Damacy (series; happy and pastel)
Attack of the Friday Monsters! A Tokyo Tale (3DS; same creator as boku no natsuyasumi, atmospheric adventure with card games on top)
Outrun (series; ferrari driving, very different landscapes, very smooth gameplay)
Tokyo Bus Guide (series; bus driving around city streets)
Jingle Cats (PS1; cat-owning sim)
My Garden (PS1; gardening sim)
Suzu Monogatari (PS1; cute girl who digs up crops sim)
MOON: RPG Remix Adventure (PS1, Switch; JRPG about doing good deeds)
Atelier Elie/Marie (series; colorful alchemy-centric JRPGs)
Battle Konchuuden (PS1; bug-collecting RPG)
Kuru Kuru Maru Maru (PS1; driving school sim)
Click Medic (PS1; super-cutified hospital management sim)
Kaze No Notam (PS1; hot air balloon riding sim)
Famicom Bunko: Hajimari No Mori (SNES; adventure in rural Japanese town)
Fishing Resort (Wii; fishing game)
Go Vacation (Wii; islands exploration with a tons of sports/racing/flying minigames)
Aquanaut's Holiday (series; underwater exploration sim, PS3 game has the best visuals this subgenre has to offer)
Diver's Dream (PS1; underwater exploration sim)
Everblue 1/2 (PS2; underwater exploration sim)
Endless Ocean 1/2 (Wii; underwater exploration sim)
Hizashi no Naka no Riaru (PC; warm child molesting sim)
Wonder Trek (PS1; adventure about saving extinct animal species)
Tail of the Sun (PS1; primal life sim)
Doko Demo Issyo (series; a cat's adventures in Japan)
Pokemon Snap (N64; photo-safari)
Pikmin (series; puzzle-strategy in mother's nature micro-world)
Marvelous (SNES; adventure game abous seeking treasures)
Yuuyami Doori Tankentai (PS1; checking urban legends as a group of high-schoolers in Japan)
Tori no Hoshi: Aerial Planet (PS2; flying around various types of birds on some forbidden planet)
Deserted Island (PS1; undiscovered island exploration game)
Catz 3 (PC; cat-owning sim)
Hikaru Hana (Mac; very beautiful 2D adventure)
Orbital (GBA; simple but genius relaxing minigame)
Rune Factory (series; farming RPG)
Another Code R (Wii, bright puzzle-adventure)
Zettai Zetsumei Toshi (series; disaster survival adventures with a surprisingly optimistic vibe)
Mizzurna Falls (PS1; open world murder mystery in a snowy American town)
Kokohora! Dig-a-Dig Pukka (PS1; Pikmin-esque exploration and life sim)
Endnesia (PS2; simple adventure game where you communicate by transmitting emotions)
Chulip (PS2; adventure game where your goal is to kiss every person in the town)
Roommania #203 (PS2/DC; life sim where you observe and influence the life of an average Joe)
Koufuku Sousakan (PS2; life sim where you observe and influence the life of some virtual town)
Rimo-cocoron (PS2; influence various everyday situations by focusing on different objects)
Yakitori Musume (PS1; serve yakitori and bond with your restaurant's customers)
Charumera (PS1; wander around postwar Japan selling ramen from your stand)
Fuuraiki / Kita E… (series; visual novels that double as Japanese travelogues)
Gokujo Boukentai (SNES; Eartbound-esque RPG starring kindergardeners)
Wonder Project J/J2 (series; raising sims starring adorable robot children)
Komocchi (PS2; raising sim starring an adorable mascot)
Giftpia (GCN; coming-of-age tropical island adventure)
Captain Rainbow (Wii; spiritual successor of Giftpia)
Doshin the Giant (GCN; comfy god game)
Milano No Arubaito (PS1; mini-game collection starring a cute girl)
Umi No Nushi Tsuri (PS1; fishing RPG)
Happy Salvage (PS1; underwater salvage plus dating sim)
Noctis IV (PC; space exploration sim)
Apples in the Tree (PC; adventure platformer with a light sadness theme)

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